Northern Arizona women earned their 9th consecutive WAC title tonight after Casey Craffey won the 1650 and Maddy Rey won her 3rd individual event of the meet
Northern Arizona women maintained their lead after Maddy Rey won the 400 IM with a school-record time of 4:15.32 and a 2-second lead over the field.
UNLV men and NAU women maintained their leads after Bolanos won the 200 IM, Mykkannen scored a 2nd place finish in the 500, and NAU’s Maddy Rey won the 500.
UNLV men had to chase down Air Force’s 800 free relay after AFA’s Zhang led-off with a WAC record time of 1:33.39. UNLV took control in the last half to win.
UNLV has put itself in a commanding position heading into the final day of the WAC Championships.
The University of Florida 9th-straight SEC Championship in men’s swimming & diving highlighted a wild night around the country in college swimming.
Idaho’s Hale and Air Force’s Grimm were named Swimmers of the Week, while Allison Shimp (Idaho) and Jesse Cawley (UNLV) picked up Diver of the Week honors.
Zhang’s time is half a second faster than what it took to make NCAAs last season (1:34.21) and ranks him 29th in the NCAA.
The Air Force men claimed gold in 12 events against Colorado Mesa and Colorado School of Mines. The Falcon women also won 12 events in a sweep.
BYU swept the competition, topping Air Force and Colorado Mesa on both the men’s and women’s sides at the Mountain Shootout Friday and Saturday.
The 3rd finals session will feature the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, 100 back, and 200 free relay.
Liberty Howell and Adam Grimm picked up individual wins on night 1 of the Lewisville Futures Championships.
The Mizzou Aquatics Center plays host to the best of the Missouri Valley and beyond this weekend.